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coenocytic hyphae

coenocytic hyphae

Hyphae without septa.
dimorphic fungi

dimorphic fungi

Fungi that have different shapes, depending on their environmental conditions; two forms.
hyphae

hyphae

(singular, hypha): Thread-like filaments that make up the body of a fungus; consist of one or more cells surrounded by a tubular cell wall.
mycelium

mycelium

Body of a fungus; consists of a mass of threadlike filaments called hyphae.
septa

septa

Internal walls that divide the hyphae of most fungi.
septate hyphae

septate hyphae

Hyphae that are divided into cells.
sporocarp

sporocarp

The multicellular structure on which spore-producing structures form in fungi.

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